Best Thai food near Trinidad, Caribbean

March 16, 2020 Hector Krause

Reviews on Thai food in Trinidad, Caribbean. Looking for a Caribbean cultural melting pot renowned for its Carnival and pulsating to the beat of steel drums, soca music, and calypso? Trinidad is also lined with relaxing beaches and rainforest waterfalls. Nature watching is colorfully kaleidoscopic, with over 450 bird, 600 butterfly, and 700 orchid species. Golf, hiking, mountain biking, surfing, kayaking, fishing, and boating are among the outdoor pastimes. Cool off with fresh cane juice and sea moss milkshakes. Vegetarian food is plentiful. Eat curries and explore India’s influence at Maha Sabha Indian Caribbean Museum and the Waterloo Temple over the sea. Visit Port of Spain, and stroll and jog in Queen’s Park Savannah, near the Botanical Gardens, Emperor Valley Zoo, and Magnificent Seven buildings. The Savannah attracts truckloads of fresh coconuts, and doubles men sell coveted aloo pies. Walk around Independence Square and the Brian Lara Promenade. The Central Bank Money Museum in downtown’s financial district displays doubloons, gold bars, and Slave Savings Bank memorabilia. View Columbus Square’s 1836 Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Parliament meets in Woodford Square’s Red House. King’s Wharf is where cruise ships and Tobago ferries dock. The Venezuela ferry docks at Williams Bay. Near the Chaguaramas Military History & Aerospace Museum is a marina with yachts, sailboats, dry docks, and boat hires. The South Quay’s Fort San Andreas, built by Spain in the 1700s, has a small Port of Spain history museum branch of the National Museum and Art Gallery of Trinidad and Tobago.
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1. Passage to Asia

St. Yves Street 7, Chaguanas Trinidad Asian, Chinese, Indian, Thai Dinner, Lunch, Late Night Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service 6722701 http://passagetoasiatt.com/Home.html
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4 based on 118 reviews

Passage to Asia

Reviewed By Cartagena2019

Eponymous tandoori chicken was not the best, somewhat dry, but khurma and butter chicken were abulous, as were nons and samosas, and very good gulab jamun. The staff was very helpul and pointed out where one can buy the best Indian spices or which Trinidad is famous bearing in mind Indiasn settles mid 19th century.

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2. Tamnak Thai Restaurant

Queen's Park East 13, Port of Spain Trinidad Asian, Thai Dinner, Lunch Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Table Service +1 868-625-9715 http://tamnakthaitt.com
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3 based on 101 reviews

Reviewed By correcaminosJPT

Is a very elegant restaurant located close of the Savanah queens park.A combination of selected dishes of Thai, sushi and Japanese cuisine.They staff are always pending of the customer acompanion the food experience with a good service.They have some special spaces or room for private events.Recommended!

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3. Sombat's Thai

Southern Main Road 209 Spring Village, Valsayn Trinidad Asian, Thai Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Table Service +1 868-280-4076 https://www.facebook.com/Sombats-Thai-Cuisine-650801075028761/
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4 based on 19 reviews

Sombat's Thai

Reviewed By Andre_Thompson

This restaurant is a small restaurant located on the Old Southern Main Road in Curepe. It is new and the staff is very friendly including the security.However there is no parking at the front of the restaurant. The building is paved up to the main road so I don't know how they got approvals to build that.You can park in the shoulder across the street or on the street to the side.Inside the restaurant is clean and more or less organised okay.The food tastes great but it is very very expensive. A standard quarter portion of chicken goes around TT $70 which is close to twice the price of most restaurants of this type.Further more you have to add service charge to the food even if you order take away! And on top of that they put VAT on the final cost of the food including the service charge so now your $70 quarter portion chicken now costs close to $90!

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4. Himchuli Restaurant

El Socorro Road 101 San Juan, Port of Spain Trinidad Indian, Asian, Nepali, Thai Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Takeout, Parking Available, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Delivery, Reservations, Seating, Table Service [email protected] +1 868-675-8616 http://www.himchulitt.com
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4 based on 16 reviews

Himchuli Restaurant

Reviewed By Z7352FUlisam

So pleasantly surprised with the delicious ,mouth watering vegetarian and carnivorous options here. Loved the tandoori chicken with saffron coloured rice biryani and pickled salad /vegetables Great prices Limited parking Decent decor Pleasant staff The desserts looked enticing but I was so stuffed I just couldn’t take a bite further. Will have to return to sample further

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